Category: Fiction

The Written Lines of Christina Rich

In honor of my Odyssey Through Nebraska blogiversary, for the next month I am going to be featuring five favorite Nebraska writers.  Getting to discuss authors that I know personally is one of the fun parts of writing this blog.  Although today’s writer lives in Kansas, since her grandparents are from Nebraska, I decided that works.  Christina […]

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Sacred Line's Featured Author Summer 2016 "Lynette Eason"

The Written Lines of Author Lynette Eason – Christian Suspense

Infinite suspense.  This tagline found on Lynette Eason’s website (see link at the bottom of this post) is the perfect description of her books.  Eason is the one who wrote the third book in the Sins of the Past – her novella is entitled Blackout and deals with some wrong high school choices that come back to haunt […]

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The Written Lines of Dani Pettrey

This week I am introducing you to the second author with a novella in the book, Sins of the Past, and her name is Dani Pettrey.  Because Dani happens to have homeschooled her children (at least for a season), I feel a natural affinity for her writing.  That and the fact that she does write […]

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The Written Lines of Dee Henderson

Trying to determine where to start in this series on great Christian fiction was a bit of a challenge.  I actually have a fairly long list of authors that I greatly enjoy reading.  Recently I finished the book, Sins of the Past, featuring novellas of three of my favorite authors, Dee Henderson, Dani Pettrey and […]

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Lines About “The Warrior’s Vow” by Christina Rich

As I mentioned yesterday, Kyle’s cousin (and now dear friend of mine) is releasing her 2nd book today!  I know how excited I am about her next book being available, so I cannot imagine how she is doing about now!  Since I had the privilege of being one of the early readers, I am hoping […]

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Lines About “The Guardian’s Promise” by Christina Rich

This review might need a bit of a disclaimer.  You see, the author just happens to be my husband’s cousin.  Before she was Christina Rich, she was Christina Garrison.  But she and her husband, Cody, were married several years before we were, so we never actually had the same last name at the same time.  […]

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